What is Systematic Theology for?
Systematic theology allows you to organize your thoughts to present your faith in a coherent way while allowing you to perceive current events by comparing them with the events narrated in the different books of the Bible. That is to say, the individual questions himself about the interpretation of the Holy Scriptures in both the historical and present experience of the believing subject.
Organizing thoughts correctly is a mental process that is strictly subject to the proper organization of the acquisition of knowledge in order to present it rationally when necessary. In such a way that a theologian graduated in Systematic Theology can hold several positions in a community. From being a Systematic Theology teacher, leading Bible studies, leading churches and faith communities, organizing and leading faith communities, making disciples of God Father and the Lord Jesus Christ in all nations, taking the gospel of truth to all nations, baptizing in the name of the Father, of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and exercising tasks, rites and customary customs to a pastor, minister or reverend.
As a good connoisseur of God’s Plan of Salvation, he will guide and care for the flock of the Lord Jesus Christ on that path, seeking the salvation of himself and his family, together with that of all the faithful followers of the Lord Jesus Christ.